The report quoted Major as saying Lohan had banged his own head on the door and that he intended to blame her for injuring him if police came.
In addition to the court date, police said Lohan was angry because Major would not perform oral sex on him.
Police said Lohan came to Major's condo Sunday and that she decided to let him stay even though she had a temporary domestic violence injunction against him from the Sarasota County case. The hearing Tuesday was whether to make it permanent.
Meanwhile, Lindsay Lohan could also return to jail in California after a judge last week ruled she violated probation involving a community service assignment. A Nov. 2 court date was set to decide whether Lindsay Lohan should be jailed.
The 25-year-old actress was given probation for a 2007 drunken driving case and a misdemeanor theft case this year.
The Lohans are no strangers to fighting the long arm of the law. Keep clicking to look back at Michael and Lindsay's previous run-ins with the authorities.
(Left: Michael Lohan arrives at Beverly Hills Courthouse in Beverly Hills, Calif., Tuesday, July 6, 2010, to support his daughter, Lindsay, who was later sent to jail for probation violation.)